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The 3rd International Symposium on mechanical-biological waste treatment (MBT) and automatic / sensor based waste s...


The 3rd International Symposium on mechanical-biological waste treatment (MBT) and automatic / sensor based waste sorting technologies, which is under the auspices of German Minister of Environment Sigmar Gabriel, takes place from the 12th to the 15th of May 2009 in Hanover, Germany. It is world’s leading conference specialized on MBT and MRF (material recovery facilities). The previous conference had participants from 37 countries.

Key aspects of the program are as follows:

 

12th of May: International aspects and experiences, future developments including new methods of waste treatment, waste management strategies.

 

13th of May: Mechanical-biological treatment, Production of alternative fuels (RDF).

 

14th of May: Processing of refuse derived fuel (RDF), sorting of recyclable fraction, waste-analysis.

 

15th of May: Site visit to MBT Suedniedersachsen (maximum150 participants) and afterwards to RDF co-generation plant Witzenhausen (max. 50 participants)

 

Single day tickets are available. Program and more information about conference and exhibition is available at:

 

www.wasteconsult.de/w2r/w2r2009.htm

 

There will be continuous simultaneous translation provided on the three conference days, so that it will be possible to hear all presentations in English, German, French, Spanish and Italian. The parallel exhibition (12th-14th of May) brings together a highly qualified audience and market leaders in advanced waste and recycling technology. You will find the details for reservation of an exhibition surface, sponsor packages and further advertising possibilities under:

 

http://www.wasteconsult.de/w2r/advertise2.htm

 

Wasteconsult international
Robert-Koch-Str. 48 b
30853 Langenhagen
Germany

Phone: ++49 511 23 59 383

FAX ++49 511 23 59 384

www.wasteconsult.de

info@wasteconsult.de


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